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Driver with Suspended License Injures Passenger in Bronx Crash

Driver with Suspended License Injures Passenger in Bronx Crash

The Bronx, NY – According to NYPD investigation, a female passenger was injured in a car crash that involved a 2019 Subaru that overturned at the intersection of 237 West Fordham Road and Hampden Place at approximately 2:00 p.m. on July 8, 2020. Allegedly, police authorities found a bottle of alcohol inside the vehicle driven by a 25-year-old Manhattan driver, who exhibited the behavior of an intoxicated person. He was later criminally charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in the first degree and driving with a suspended license in the second degree. Both patients were taken to St. Barnabas Hospital for treatment of injuries.

As more drivers return to the streets and roadways of the Bronx after a nearly four-month lockdown that’s slowly coming to an end, more reports on road-related accidents are showing up in the news. If you or a family member have been involved in a recent car crash in NYC, reach out to a highly qualified personal injury attorney to walk you through the process of obtaining maximum compensation for your case. The seasoned legal team of Silberstein, Awad & Miklos offers free case evaluation without billing you unless your case is won. Call 1-877-ASK4SAM or click here to book an appointment.

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This post is intended to provide helpful information to improve the safety of those who live and work in the NYC area. We hope that it will help our readers avoid injury accidents and know what to do if they’ve been involved in one themselves. At Ask4SAM, sole goal is to help those who have been injured in an accident in one of the boroughs of New York City. Information in this post should not be considered solicitation, nor should it be construed as medical or legal advice.